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Millionaire James (Art) Pope poured money into helping a Republican strategy called RedMap succeed in North Carolina. The project is aimed at taking over state legislatures and then leveraging those victories to shift the balance of power in Washington.

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The Multimillionaire Helping Republicans Win N.C.

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Calle Dieciseis [Live] Los Super Seven
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A photographer uses his iPhone to take a picture of a tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in front of an Apple store in London. Jobs, 56, died Wednesday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Steve Jobs: 'Computer Science Is A Liberal Art'

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The Falcon Will Fly Again Nobukazu Takemura
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